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Weather Stations

Aviation weather for Aviation Purposes

Aviation weather for Aviation Purposes

I regularly check the weather. I have never heard of these terms before. But I do check the weather regularly. The site i use is the weather network.

I think the information on the page is very well explained. It make sense.

I don't think i would want to go and look at the NavCanada webmaster. I have always preferred the weather network.

I would not know what system our country has but i think it would be similar.

Barry's Response - Ok, thanks for you input. The weather information presented on the NavCanada is intended for pilots and air traffic controllers to use for their specialized purposes. If you want to understand it, the codes and explanations are shown in the main article. See the link below.

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by: Vasanthamani

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by: A Nony Mouse

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by: Emi

I've been trying my best for a while to understand the terms that navcanada uses, this was very helpful.

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